Tate Wilkins

Tate Wilkins runs the ball in a game earlier this season. Now, the Demons will travel to Bishop McGuiness for their second playoff game in the 2020 season.

Four area Stephens County teams are left in the fight for the gold ball trophy as the second round matches were set Saturday with times, dates and places.
Duncan was the only team in action during the play-in round that is still alive as they won 21-3 over Eisenhower at home. Now, the Demons will play their second playoff game this week.
The Demons, now 5-3 on the season, will travel to district runner up Bishop McGuiness.
Game time is scheduled for 7 p.m. Nov. 20 at Bishop McGuiness where there will be an attendance restriction and mask mandate, according to the OSSAA website.
Bishop McGuiness will allow people in the stadium at a 30% rate with home attendance allotted at 550 tickets and the visiting Demons allotted 250 tickets.
Tickets will be sold through the GoFan me app and will cost $7 with a possible fee to bring the total ticket amount to $8.35. According to Duncan Athletic Coordinator Bobby Cook, tickets will be sold on the app until Thursday evening.
Cook said if the 250 tickets are not sold out, then there will be paper tickets available at the box office up to the 250 limit.
Once the 250 tickets allotment is met, either through the app or paper ticket sales, no one else will be allowed into the stadium. The game will broadcast through the NFHS Network and there is a cost associated with the stream.
The other three Stephens County teams will appear at home for their first playoff game as they were district champions and got a bye in the first round of their OSSAA playoffs.
Marlow will host Bethel in the Class 2A second round after Bethel beat Stephens County school Comanche 27-0 on Indian territory to clinch their spot against the Outlaws.
Bethel, now 6-3 on the season, will take on the Outlaws, who stand at 9-0 in the 2020 campaign. Game time is scheduled for 7 p.m. Nov. 20 at Outlaw Stadium on the campus of Marlow Elementary School.
Velma-Alma will have a rematch in their playoff opener as the Comets host Snyder, who beat the Comets in non-district action back on Sept. 25, 2020.
Snyder won 42-26 against the Comets and handed Velma-Alma their only loss of the regular season as they are 8-1 heading into their first playoff contest in several seasons.
The Cyclones, who are 7-3 on the year, beat Strother 77-28 and will now play Velma-Alma at 7 p.m. Nov. 20 at Velma-Alma High School with the winner moving on to the next round of the playoffs.
Stephens County’s final second round playoff game will take place with host Empire, a team that is 9-1 coming into their first playoff game for the 2020 season.
The Bulldogs will face Alex, a team that is 5-4 on the season who had a bye after Cyril opted out of the playoffs with their final game of the regular season occurring Oct. 29 as they were beat by Caddo.
Game time will take place at 7 p.m. Nov. 20 at Empire High School and the winner will move on in the Class B State Playoffs.
Empire, Marlow and Velma-Alma have no attendance restrictions and tickets will be sold at their respective gates at the beginning of their game.

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